Tag archives for human rights - Page 14
The LGBT community in Moldova faces discrimination in hospitals and in the workplace. According to a survey, only 2% of Moldovans would welcome having a gay or lesbian as a family member, colleague or friend.
Instead of a Twitter newspaper or another article, I decided to do a short video on the highlights of Spring 2011 in the world of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Anvar Sharipov, a Russian citizen from Dagestan, has recently obtained refugee status in Italy. His story should have proceeded smoothly, but unfortunately it did not. On the contrary, the Sharipov affair shows up major shortcomings in safeguarding rights to asylum in Italy. From the OBC.
Scholar-practitioner Marcy Murninghan’s latest article on the Murninghan Post offers a compelling overview of the advancement of human rights and how they tie in to corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
This week the United Nations Human Rights Council is expected to pass a resolution that would accept the Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights.
Fenton as always hosted a great #CSRChat last week on Twitter: this time the issue was on the business of human rights and corporate social responsibility (CSR). A feisty debate indeed!
I always enjoy Fenton’s CSR discussions on Twitter. Tomorrow’s (Wednesday 5/18) theme, however, should be especially compelling: Human Rights and Corporate Sustainability.